Firstly, we are from Australia!!
I am travelling with my husband to a conference in Las Vegas and we have an extra week beforehand (5-13th May). We were thinking of flying into Calgary and driving to Vancouver over the course of the week in an RV.
1. would this be suitable in terms of sleeping in the RV or too cold still?
2. I read that you can still snowboard and ski Banff at this time, is this an indicator that there is a lot of snow coverage still around? We don't need to ski (extremely novice) but like to hike.
3. Hubby is a very keen and experienced flyfisherman and I am having trouble finding out when and were along that route would be suitable or if it is still all frozen!!
If it is suitable to drive at that time, what would be a good itinerary?
Any ideas would be appreciated,
Thank you in advance, Luna
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